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It’s an Emergency — Please Hold

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Walking to the grocery store, I have to cross twice at a major intersection. On the first cross, I noticed a woman crossing not at the intersection, weaving between cars to avoid waiting at the light. She stood by a silver luxury Lexus two-seater sports car that was straddling the line between the left and…

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The Writing Prof is a collection of ideas about the art and craft of writing from a college professor and other writing professionals. You’ll find writing tips and posts about grammar and punctuation, language and literature, book reviews, personal essays, and all things writing.

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Lee G. Hornbrook

Lee G. Hornbrook

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